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Share your cancer experiences once, and give the gift of hindsight to cancer patients.
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Perna Canaliculus, shown to be useful in the treatment of joint health and anti-inflammation. anti-COX 2 activities shown
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Sea Meds with High Potency Mucoidan supports thyroid function and metabolism, magnesium, calcium, iron, copper, zinc, boron.
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Find A Cancer Sponsor
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So-called “malignant blue nevus” - Martin - 2009 - Cancer - Wiley Online Library
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Cases Journal | Full text | Malignant melanoma associated with a blue naevus: a case report
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Blue nevus (also known as "blue neuronevus," "dermal melanocytoma," and "nevus bleu"[1]) is a type of melanocytic nevus. The blue colour is caused by the pigment being deeper in the skin than in ordinary nevi. In principle they are harmless[2] but they can sometimes be mimicked by malignant lesions, i.e. some melanomas can look like a blue nevus.
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